A wicked Windows zero day is out in the wild without a patch. Google is open sourcing a cool new AI architecture. Instagram wants you to co-watch your feed with a friend. A popular “challenger bank” comes to the US. And the iPad Pro reviews are in.
Links: Microsoft says hackers are attacking Windows users with a new unpatched bug (TechCrunch)Apple promises App Store expansion to 20 new countries starting next month (9to5Mac) Google open-sources framework that reduces AI training costs by up to 80% (VentureBeat)Google opens Stadia Makers program for indie game developers (9to5Google) Google unveils Android Performance Tuner, Android GPU Inspector, and Cloud Firestore for game developers (VentureBeat) Instagram has a new way for people isolated by coronavirus to connect: sharing posts via video chat (CNBC) Exclusive: Disney+ Sees Huge Subscription Spike As Homebound Audiences Clamor For Content (Forbes) Revolut launches its neobank in the US (TechCrunch)Review: Apple iPad Pro (2020) (Wired) APPLE IPAD PRO REVIEW 2020: SMALL SPEC BUMP, BIG CAMERA BUMP (The Verge)
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